Low-Cost-Free Veterinary Care

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Tail Waggers’ USA
27859 Oakley St.
Livonia, MI 48154

If you have questions about making a donation or donating Wish List item(s) please e-mail tailwaggers.1990@yahoo.com or contact 734-560-4660 anytime.


Corkey’s Care
Spaying and neutering will always be a priority for us. Families that cannot afford to have their pet altered will be given assistance.

Jean’s Dream
The emergency assistance fund for those families that encounter a crisis with their pet and, because time is of the essence, turn to Tail Wagger’s for help.

Low-cost vaccination clinics--


Hometown life.com August 15, 2010

Livonia-based Tail Wagger's Inc., is helping animals stay healthy by offering a series of four low-cost vaccination clinics.

All clinics run 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The first is today, Sunday, Aug. 15, at Sheehy Animal Hospital, 1870 Middlebelt, south of Seven Mile, in Livonia. Other clinics will be held Saturday, Aug. 21, at Pet Food More, 15399 Merriman, at Five Mile, in Livonia; Sunday, Aug. 22, at Pet Food More, 3050 Union Lake Road, at Haggerty, in Commerce Township; and Sunday, Sept. 12, at Pet Food More, 1068 W. 14 Mile, Clawson

Distemper, Rabies or Bordetella will cost $12 each. Bordetella is recommended especially for dogs that frequent dog parks, boarding facilities and doggy day cares. All three vaccines are available for $30. Sheehy Animal Hospital also is offering micro-chips for $30 per pet and heartworm testing for $18.

No appointment is needed but an RSVP will help Tail Wagger's with planning. Pets will be taken on a first-come first-served basis. Zain expects a minimal wait time. To RSVP call (734) 560-4660 or e-mail vaccinationclinic@yahoo.com.

Michigan-Ann Arbor-Washtenaw County-


Humane Society of Huron Valley
3100 Cherry Hill Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
Phone: 734-662-5585


Our veterinary clinic offers a full range of veterinary medical and dental services, including low cost spay/neuter. You are welcome to bring your pet in for its annual exam, vaccinations, heartworm testing and prevention, flea and tick control, as well as for any other health care concerns that arise. Please call for an appointment. We do have some Saturday appointments available.

All services are by appointment only.

Please Call: 734-662-4365

Clinic Hours:

Monday - Friday from 8:00 am until 6:00 pm.

Saturday Hours by Appointment! Please Call.


Feral Cat programs.

Michigan-Kalamazoo and Van Buren Counties-


Animal's Best Friend Fund
P.O. Box 443
Oshtemo, MI 49077     

Providing a subsidy for spay or neuter surgery is our main function. We also provide a limited feral cat program where we will pay for the neuter or spay and the felv/fiv combo test. Funding for this program is limited. Please call for details.


If funding is available, Animal's Best Friend will pay for part of your pet's spay/neuter surgery.The supplement amounts are as follows:

Male Cat   $30     Female Cat   $40

Male Dog   $50    Female Dog  $60

Each month ABF works with certain area vet clinics by authorizing the clinic to provide a certain amount in subsidies.

Call 269-624-1090 and listen to the recording to find out what vets have been selected and then make an appointment with one of them. Ask when you schedule the appointment if there is any ABF money left to apply to your pet's surgery.

Your best chance of getting the surgery subsidized is by scheduling your appointment early in the month when the clinics are first authorized to use the money.



Michigan Pet Fund Alliance
2210 Lancaster
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302


There is a list of Michigan humane societies at the link who offer low-cost spay and neuter services or have an assistance program for low-income people.

Michigan-Oakland County-


Oakland County Animal Shelter
1700 Brown Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(248) 391-4100


Once a year we offer Oakland County residents a rabies clinic. Rabies vaccinations are offered at a discounted rate of $7.50, half the cost of a normal rabies vaccination. Residents are also encouraged at the time to pay $15, covering both the rabies vaccine and the licensing fee. Check our calendar page for the 2010 Rabies Clinic.

The Oakland Pet Adoption Center, along with the Michigan Pet Fund Alliance, is offering spay/neuter clinics for low income Oakland County residents in our service area for healthy, social cats between the ages of 12 weeks and eight years.

Along with the sterilization, each cat receives rabies and distemper vaccinations to help prevent the spread of disease in our communities.  They are also treated for ear mites, if needed, and sent home with de-worming medication.


Detroit Free Press January 3, 2009

"With financial support from the nonprofit Michigan Pet Fund Alliance -- which Obrecht helped found -- and the Michigan Humane Society, the center schedules events to help low-income residents get pet care. Qualified pet owners can have their animal spayed or neutered, vaccinated, treated for fleas and ear mites, and even have their animal's nails trimmed.

""They pay $20, but they get about $200 worth of service," Obrecht said."


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